Do cells remain viable during longterm low temperature storage?


Development of regenerative and reproductive medicine, increase of the level of insurance culture and a more conscious attitude of modern people to their health led to the high popularity of biobanks worldwide.

Biobanks are medical institutions that are engaged in long-term storage and cryopreservation of biological material under conditions of the ultra-low temperatures. Frozen cells and tissues in the future may be used for the treatment or rehabilitation. Cord blood banks, banks of reproductive cells and tissues (sperm, ovarian tissue, embryos, eggs, etc.), banks of peripheral blood, bone marrow, etc are the most popular ones among biobanks.

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